A healthcare worker was left confused by her boss’ remarks after she was called into her office and told someone had complained about what she was wearing.
Giselle gave her followers a 360° twirl, showing her outfit from all angles.
Check out Giselle's video below:
She added: “Apparently my backside is showing too much and it’s inappropriate,” before noting: “Leggings are allowed at my job but I was asked to change my leggings today.”
It seems strange that anyone would have complained about Giselle’s outfit, which aside from leggings, consisted of a grey jumper layered over a grey top.
The sentiment was echoed by her followers, who were quick to point out that they didn’t see a problem with Giselle’s get-up.
Beneath the social media user’s video, one person wrote: “Nothing wrong with it at all.”
Another TikToker shared: “This happened to me too at my job and my manager claimed that me and my friend got a lot of ‘attention’ from men, so unfair,” while a third added: “Sounds like somebody’s jealous.”
However, it seemed one person was in agreement with Giselle’s boss, commenting: “Totally inappropriate!” Perhaps they were being sarcastic because we can’t say we agree, but each to their own.
Earlier this month, a TikToker with the handle @bigbo0tyjenny - a moniker more inappropriate than her attire - posted a video explaining that she’d also been told by her boss that her outfit wasn’t appropriate.
Posing in a long-sleeved floral top and dark trousers, Jennifer Huerta captioned her post: “I got in trouble for dressing inappropriately at work because my shirts are too short. What do y’all think?”
Her video has racked up more than 44,000 views and people were quick to jump to her defence, with one person commenting: “I see nothing wrong.”
Someone else wrote: “Nothing inappropriate with that outfit, it's very nice,” while a third person said: “Haters gonna hate! You look gorgeous. I don't see anything wrong.”
However, not everyone was so sure that Jennifer’s outfit was work appropriate, with one person noting: “Depends on the HR rules, the top is so short it shows your stomach by barely moving and it's see-through.”
Another person echoed: “The outfit is not outrageous, but not for the corporate office. I'm a former corporate manager, the sheer arms and leggings are a no no.”
To avoid such scenarios, be sure to check with your HR department on what is appropriate at your place of work.